Destination LisbonDestination Lisbon

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Shopping in Lisbon has mostly been relocated to the enormous shopping malls such as Colombo and Amoreiras, or to the smaller galleries. The old city centre, Baixa, is a traditional shopping precinct where you can still walk agreeably from shop to shop in the sun - mostly in pedestrian zones - instead of in a covered area with air-conditioning. Chiado is close to Baixa and is reputed to be the most fashionable area in the city.

El Corte Inglés

Lisbon's one true department store is Spanish. The range is large, with international brands, a number of Portuguese designers and the shop chains' own low-priced collections. There is a large supermarket in the basement with food and a gourmet shop, together with restaurants and cinemas - and a direct connection to the underground.
Address: Avenida António Augusto de Aguiar 31

Santos Ofícios Artesanatos

Here you will find the best traditional Portuguese art and ornaments without the customary tourist kitsch.
Address: Rua da Madalena 87


One of the many good tile shops that have kept the traditional craft alive since the 18th century. Copies of old tiles are now produced but also tiles to the customer's design, which can be sent to his/her home.
Address: Rua do Alecrim 95

Coisas do Arco do Vinho

Lisbon's best wine shop, especially for port. All kinds of wine accessories are also available.
Address: Rua Bartolomeu Dias, next to the Centro Cultural de Belém

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